One of my favorite roses, one that I have featured here in the past, is Abraham Darby, a gorgeous pink David Austin rose with a deep, heady fragrance, and so many petals it is too heavy to stand upright without support. This evening as the sun dipped, I noticed my David Austin rose had a single, lovely bloom that had managed to survive the killer weekend heatwave and had perched itself on one of its horizontal trellis bars so the cluster of petals displayed themselves to me instead of drooping toward the patio.
I used my tripod and set the aperture to f/22 to capture a deep depth of field.
Focal Length 70mm
WB Fine Weather